Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta

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Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta
Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.jpg
Genre Reality
Directed by David Wolfgang
Josh Richards
Earl "Slick 23" Barlow
Jade Sandberg
Starring
  • Mimi Faust
    (season 1–present)
  • Rasheeda
    (season 1-present)
  • Karlie Redd
    (season 1-present)
  • Tammy Rivera
    (season 3; season 5-present)
  • Joseline Hernandez
    (season 1-present)
  • Stevie J
    (season 4-present)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 85
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Brad Abramson
  • Mona Scott-Young
  • Danielle Gelfand
  • Nina L. Diaz
  • Stefan Springman
  • Susan Levison
  • Toby Barraud
  • Donell Dorsey
Running time 40–44 minutes
Production company(s) Monami Entertainment
Eastern TV
Release
Original network VH1
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release June 18, 2012 (2012-06-18) – present
Chronology
Related shows
External links
Website

Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta is the Atlanta-based spin-off and second installment of the Love & Hip Hop reality television franchise.[1] It premiered June 18, 2012 on VH1, and chronicles the lives of several women and men in Atlanta who are connected to hip hop music. Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta is the highest-rated installment of the Love & Hip Hop franchise.[2] On March 7, 2016, Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta was renewed for a fifth season, which premiered on April 4, 2016.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Starring Seasons
1 2 3 4 5
Current
Joseline Hernandez Main
Rasheeda Main
Karlie Redd Main
Mimi Faust Main
Stevie J Supporting Main
Tammy Rivera Main Supporting Main
Former
Erica Dixon Main Quit
K. Michelle Main Guest Main
Traci Steele Main Let Go Guest Let Go

Current[edit]

  • Joseline Hernandez (Season 1-present) is a Latin-American entertainer. She is the self-professed "Puerto Rican princess", born and raised on the streets of Puerto Rico. She was discovered by Stevie J while performing as a stripper in Miami under the name Shenellica Bettencourt.[3] The series chronicles her turbulent relationship with Stevie J and his baby's mother Mimi. She identifies as bisexual.[4] She and Stevie initially claimed to have married in 2013, although this has been disputed[5][6] and they later separated in 2016. The two starred in the spin-off show Stevie J & Joseline: Go Hollywood.
  • Rasheeda (Season 1-present) is a BET Award-nominated rapper and wife of Kirk Frost. She is the self-professed "Georgia peach". She is best known for her single "Got That Good (My Bubble Gum)". She has released six independent albums through her husband's company, D-Lo Entertainment. She has two sons, Ky and Karter. Her pregnancy with Karter was documented during the second season. In 2015, she opened Pressed, a boutique store in Atlanta.
  • Karlie Redd (Season 1-present) is an actress, model, rapper, and entrepreneur. She is of Trinidadian ethnicity. She has dated cast members Benzino, Yung Joc, Scrapp DeLeon and Lyfe Jennings. She has a daughter, Jasmine. She has a reputation on the show for being "messy"[7][8] and allegedly lying about her age.[9] In 2013, she released "Bring It", a diss track aimed at K. Michelle. In 2015, she posed for Playboy[10] and began hosting a morning show for Playboy radio.[11]
  • Mimi Faust (Season 1-present) is a AVN Award-nominated entrepreneur and mother of Stevie J's daughter, Eva. She previously dated Nikko London and in 2014, the two appeared in a sex tape distributed by Vivid Entertainment.[12] She owns a cleaning service and throughout the show has embarked on a career as an author, an entertainment manager and an interior designer. Although she does not identify as a lesbian or bisexual, she enters a relationship with a trans man, Chris, and is currently romantically involved with a woman.[13]
  • Stevie J (Season 4-present, supporting in seasons 1-3) is a Grammy Award-winning record producer, singer and songwriter. He rose to fame in the 1990s as an in-house producer and writer for Puff Daddy's Bad Boy Records. He has five children, including a daughter with Mimi. The show's fourth season chronicled Stevie J's legal issues including a stint in rehab.[14]
  • Tammy Rivera (Season 3, 5-present, supporting in season 4) is a fashion designer, stylist and wife of Waka Flocka Flame. She is of mixed African-American and Nicaraguan ethnicity. She has a daughter, Charlie. She has a strained relationship with Joseline, which culminated in a violent brawl at the third season reunion. Rivera and Waka separated in 2016.[15]

Former[edit]

  • Erica Dixon (Seasons 1-4) is the mother of Lil Scrappy's daughter, Emani. The series chronicled her on-and-off-again relationship with Scrappy, including a brief engagement and disputes over child support payments. In the third season, she entered a brief relationship with model O'Shea Russell.
  • K. Michelle (Seasons 1-2, 5, guest in seasons 3-4) is a Soul Train Award-winning R&B/soul singer and songwriter. She was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. She has a son, Chase. The series chronicled her return to the music industry after several personal struggles, including an abusive relationship with a music executive.[16] Since the show began airing, she has released three albums through Atlantic Records and starred in her own spin-off K. Michelle: My Life. Despite being credited as a main cast member, she appeared infrequently in the fifth season.
  • Traci Steele (Season 2, cameo appearance in season 4) is a DJ and radio personality. She has a son, Little Drew. The second season chronicled her troubles with her son's father, DJ Babey Drew. She enters a brief relationship with fitness model DaShaun Johnson.

Supporting[edit]

The series has a large ensemble cast. The lead cast members appear in the opening credits, while other cast members are credited as "additional cast" or "featured" in the show's credits. These supporting cast members appear in confessional interview segments and (for the most part) have the same amount of screen time and storyline focus as the show's main cast members.

Supporting Seasons
1 2 3 4 5
Current
Lil Scrappy Supporting
Momma Dee Supporting
Kirk Frost Supporting
Ariane Davis Supporting
Debra Antney Guest Supporting
Shirleen Harvell Guest Supporting
Dawn Heflin Guest Supporting
Adiz "Bambi" Benson Guest Supporting
Yung Joc Supporting
Waka Flocka Flame Supporting Let Go Supporting
Jessica Dime Supporting
Ernest Bryant Supporting
Karen "KK" King Supporting
Sas Supporting
Tommie Lee Supporting
Tiarra Becca Supporting
Betty Idol Supporting
Kelsie Frost Supporting
J-Nicks Supporting
Amber Priddy Supporting
Former
Benzino Supporting Fired
Shay "Buckeey" Johnson Supporting Let Go
DJ Babey Drew Supporting Let Go
Nikko London Guest Supporting Let Go
Erica Pinkett Guest Supporting Let Go
Althea Heart Supporting Fired
Kalenna Harper Supporting Let Go
Tony "T. Vick" Vick Supporting Let Go
Khadiyah Lewis Guest Supporting Let Go
Margeaux Simms Supporting Fired
Ashley Nicole Supporting Let Go
Sina Bina Supporting Let Go
Tiffany Foxx Supporting Quit
PreMadonna Supporting Quit
Lyfe Jennings Guest Supporting
Scrapp DeLeon Supporting
D. Smith Supporting
Chris Gould Supporting

Current[edit]

  • Lil Scrappy (Season 1-present) is Erica's baby daddy. He is a rapper and the self-professed "Prince of the South", best known for his hit single "Money In The Bank". The series chronicles his love life, including his on-again, off-again relationships with Erica and Bambi. Through the course of the show, he has also pursued romances with Shay, Erica Pinkett, Betty Idol and Jessica Dime. The second season focuses on his legal issues, including a stint in rehab for marijuana addiction.[17] He proposes to Bambi in the fifth season finale and the two are currently engaged to be married.
  • Momma Dee (Season 1-present) is Lil Scrappy's mother. She is a former pimp and drug dealer who ran a brothel for ten years under the name "Lady Dee".[18][19] She also has a daughter, Jasmine, and is the cousin of Yung Joc. During the show, she has embarked on a music career, releasing the single "I Deserve" in 2014 and "In That Order" in 2016. In the fourth season, she reunites with her ex-husband Ernest and remarries him in the finale.
  • Kirk Frost (Season 1-present) is Rasheeda's husband and manager. He is the CEO of D-Lo Entertainment. He has six children, including Kelsie Frost and two sons by Rasheeda. In the second season, he was filmed cheating on his (then) pregnant wife with two women, a storyline which attracted controversy and criticism from the media (including from rapper Nicki Minaj).[20]
  • Ariane Davis (Season 1-present) is Mimi's best friend. She is a bartender and an aspiring singer.[21] She comes out as a lesbian during the second season. She is currently dating DJ Toni K.[22]
  • Debra Antney (Season 3-present, guest in seasons 1-2) is Waka Flocka Flame's mother. She is CEO of Mizay Entertainment and acts as an mentor to the other women. The third season documents the death of her son, Kayo Redd, which inspires her advocacy for suicide prevention and anti-bullying.
  • Shirleen Harvell (Season 5-present, recurring guest in seasons 2-4) is Rasheeda's mother. She has a strained relationship with her son-in-law Kirk. In the fifth season, she starts working at Rasheeda's boutique store and clashes with Momma Dee.
  • Dawn Heflin (Seasons 3-present, recurring guest in season 2) is introduced as Joseline's friend. She is a booking agent and publicist. She has a dramatic falling out with Joseline and Stevie J in the third season over their alleged marriage, although her and Joseline later rekindle their friendship. In the fifth season, it is revealed that while in prison, she shared a cell block with KK. Ever since, she has had an uneasy relationship with the King family.
  • Adiz "Bambi" Benson (Season 3-present, guest in season 2) is introduced as Lil Scrappy's girlfriend. She is an urban model, video vixen, rapper and former cast member of Basketball Wives LA. She grew up in Compton, California. Her on-again, off-again relationship with Scrappy sparks rivalries with several of the female cast members, including Erica Dixon, Erica Pinkett, Betty Idol and Jessica Dime. Scrappy proposes to Bambi in the fifth season finale and the two are currently engaged to be married.
  • Yung Joc (Season 3-present) is introduced as Karlie Redd's boyfriend. They break up later in season three, when his infidelity with Khadiyah is revealed. Joc is a Grammy Award-nominated rapper who has eight children to four different women.[23] He is also the cousin of Momma Dee and Lil Scrappy, with whom he owns the modeling agency Grustle Girlz. The fourth and fifth seasons chronicle his love life, from his relationship with Khadiyah and her feud with his baby mothers to his fling with his friend J-Nicks' girl Amber Priddy.
  • Waka Flocka Flame (Season 3, 5-present) is introduced as Tammy's husband. He is a gangsta rapper, best known for his hit single "No Hands" and his collaborations with Gucci Mane. The third season documents the loss of his brother, Kayo Redd. In the fifth season, his much-publicized comments about transgender people create tensions between Tammy and D. Smith.[24] Rivera and Waka separated in 2016.
  • Jessica Dime (Season 4-present) is introduced as Joseline's rival, which stems from their stripper days together.[25] She is an aspiring rapper and performer under the name "Dimepiece". She moved to Atlanta from Miami, where she worked as a stripper at the King of Diamonds Gentleman's Club.[26] In season four, she briefly takes Mimi on as a manager and clashes with Tiffany Foxx. She appeared as K. Michelle's friend in two episodes of K. Michelle: My Life, however, in the fifth season, they have had a falling out.
  • Ernest Bryant (Season 4-present) is introduced as Momma Dee's ex-husband. She accidentally sent him away to prison for seven years when he was caught with drugs after she called the cops on him for stealing money from Scrappy. After being released from prison, the two rekindle their romance and remarry in the fourth season finale.
  • Karen "KK" King (Season 5-present) is the mother and manager of Scrapp DeLeon and Sas. She is a longtime friend of Stevie J and her sons call him "uncle". In 2009, her nephew Dolla was shot and killed.[27] In 2012, her and her sons were accused of the kidnapping, assault and attempted murder of her ex-husband. She went on the run and was featured in an episode of America's Most Wanted. While in jail, she shared a cell block with Dawn. KK was later cleared of all charges.[28] In 2016, she was arrested for financial identity fraud, theft and first degree forgery. She is currently awaiting trial and could face up to three years in prison.[29]
  • Sas (season 5-present) is KK's son and Scrapp's younger brother. He is a rapper and member of the rap group Da Razkalz Cru. He is Muslim. In 2012, he was accused of the kidnapping, assault and attempted murder of his father. He, along with his mother and brother, were later cleared of all charges. In 2016, he survived a shot to the back of the head. [30]
  • Tommie Lee (Season 5-present) is introduced as Scrapp's girlfriend. She is an urban model, aspiring actress and socialite. She has two daughters. She has had multiple legal issues in the past and gave birth to one of her daughters while incarcerated.[31] The fifth season chronicles her struggles with addiction and substance abuse as well as her violent rivalries with Tiarra, Karlie Redd and Joseline.
  • Tiarra "Tia" Becca (Season 5-present) is the mother of Scrapp DeLeon's son King. She has three other children. She works at a financial firm during the day and as a night-club waitress at night. The fifth season chronicles her feud with Tommie and her struggles with Scrapp and his mother KK. Later in the season, she pursues a romance with J-Nicks. In the fifth season finale, she reveals she is pregnant with her fifth child.
  • Betty Idol (Season 5-present) is D. Smith's best friend. She is a singer, mostly known for singing the hook on Rick Ross' single "Thug Cry". During the fifth season, she pursues a romance with Scrappy and clashes with Bambi and Tammy.
  • Kelsie Frost (Season 5-present) is Kirk's daughter. She is an aspiring rapper and Rasheeda's employee at her boutique store. The fifth season chronicles her struggles to be taken seriously as an artist by her father and stepmother.
  • J-Nicks (Season 5-present) is introduced as Yung Joc's friend. He is a DJ and radio personality who rose to fame as a host of BET's Rap City. He currently works as a weekday radio DJ for Hot 107.9. Despite being in a relationship with Amber, he pursues a romance with Tiarra.
  • Amber Priddy (Season 5-present) is introduced as J-Nicks' girlfriend. She is a stripper and urban model from North Carolina. She is the first Caucasian cast member of the series. She pursues a romance with Yung Joc behind J-Nicks' back.

Former[edit]

  • Benzino (Seasons 1-3) is introduced to the show as Stevie J's best friend. He is a rapper and CEO at Hip Hop Weekly Magazine. He is the fiancée of Althea Heart and previously dated Karlie Redd. In 2013, under the name "Zino Grigio", he released "Smashed Da Homie", a diss track aimed at Joseline. During the filming of season three, Benzino was shot and wounded by his nephew at his mother's funeral.[32] Later, he has a major falling out with both Stevie J and Joseline, leading to a violent altercation at the third season reunion. He was fired after allegedly threatening a producer of the show.[33]
  • Shay "Buckeey" Johnson (Seasons 1-2) is introduced to the show as Lil Scrappy's friend. She is an urban model, reality star and former cast member of Flavor of Love and Charm School. In the first season, Shay and Scrappy develop a "friends-with-benefits" relationship, igniting a feud between her and Erica.
  • DJ Babey Drew (Season 2) is the father of Traci's son. He is a DJ and radio personality who has worked as Chris Brown's tour DJ. The second season chronicled his troubles with Traci.
  • Nikko London (Seasons 3-4, recurring guest in season 2) is introduced to the show as Mimi's boyfriend. He is a rapper, record producer and personal trainer. In 2014, a sex tape featuring Nikko and Mimi was released through Vivid Entertainment. It was initially promoted as a stolen home video, however, the two later admitted the tape was staged.[34] It is revealed towards the end of season three that Nikko is still legally married. His wife, Margeaux, became a supporting cast member in the show's fourth season.
  • Erica Pinkett (Season 3, guest in season 2) is introduced to the show as Lil Scrappy's friend. Her potential romantic interest in Scrappy ignites a feud between her and his girlfriend, Bambi.
  • Althea Heart (Season 3) is Benzino's fiancée. During the third season, it is revealed that she previously dated Stevie J and Nikko. Later, she and Benzino have a major falling out with Stevie J and Joseline, leading to a violent altercation at the third season reunion. [33]
  • Kalenna Harper (Season 3-4) is introduced to the show as Rasheeda's friend. She is a singer and former member of Dirty Money. She is the wife of Tony Vick and has two children by him, Meshach and Noah. Noah's birth was documented in the fourth season of the show, after which Kaleena suffered from postpartum depression. She identifies as bisexual and her relationship with a woman, Ashley, was featured in season three.[35]
  • Tony "T. Vick" Vick (Season 3-4) is Kaleena's husband. He is a record producer and club promoter who has nine kids to seven baby mothers.[36]
  • Khadiyah Lewis (Season 4, recurring guest in season 3) is introduced to the show as Yung Joc's assistant and real estate agent. During season three, it is revealed that she is dating Joc behind Karlie Redd's back. In season four, she becomes his official girlfriend, igniting a rivalry with his four baby mothers.
  • Margeaux Simms (Season 4) is Nikko's wife. She is a singer, songwriter and visual artist. The fourth season chronicles her attempts to start a career in Atlanta, but because of her connection with Nikko, she ends up clashing with Mimi, Stevie J and Joseline. Later in the season, she reveals her bisexuality and begins dating model Merike Palmiste.[37]
  • Ashley Nicole (Season 4) is a singer under Kirk Frost's management. She clashes with Rasheeda, who suspects her of sleeping with her husband. It is later revealed that she is a lesbian with a girlfriend.[38]
  • Sina Bina (Season 4) is one of Yung Joc's baby mothers. She becomes Khadiyah's main rival throughout the fourth season.
  • Tiffany Foxx (Season 4) is a introduced as Mimi's potential client. She is a rapper, known as Lil' Kim's protege.[39] She is briefly managed by Mimi, igniting a rivalry with Jessica Dime.
  • PreMadonna (Season 4) is a fashion designer and entrepreneur. She is the owner of the Waist Gang Society waist trainers, popularised by Kim Kardashian and Blac Chyna.[40]. She will appear in the upcoming spin-off, Love & Hip Hop: Miami.
  • Lyfe Jennings (Season 5, guest in season 4) is introduced as Karlie Redd's boyfriend. They break up later in season five, due to Karlie's infidelity. It is later revealed that he got another woman pregnant and then got married to a third woman behind her back while they were together. Lyfe is a critically acclaimed R&B/soul, singer and songwriter.
  • Scrapp DeLeon (Season 5) is KK's son. He is a rapper and member of the rap group Da Razkalz Cru. He is Muslim. In 2009, he witnessed the shooting death of his cousin Dolla. In 2012, he was accused of the kidnapping, assault and attempted murder of his stepfather. He, along with his mother and brother, were later cleared of all charges. The fifth season of the series chronicles the love triangle between him, Tommie and his baby's mother Tiarra. He later has a fling with Karlie Redd. During filming, Scrapp surrendered himself into custody for a marijuana trafficking charge and as of 2016, he is currently incarcerated.[41]
  • D. Smith (Season 5) is a Grammy Award-winning record producer and model. She is a trans woman.[42] In the fifth season, she clashes with Tammy over Waka Flocka Flame's comments about transgendered people and later ignites feuds with Deb, Bambi and Scrappy.
  • Chris Gould (Season 5) is introduced to the show as Mimi's girlfriend. Chris was born a woman but identifies as genderqueer and a "touch-me-not".[43] Chris breaks up with Mimi half way through the fifth season, unable to deal with the drama in her life.[44] Chris returns later in the season, revealing his desire to fully transition to male and pursue top surgery.

Episodes[edit]

Season Episodes Season Premiere Season Finale Reunion Specials
1 13 June 18, 2012 (2012-06-18) August 20, 2012 (2012-08-20) August 27, 2012 (2012-08-27)
September 3, 2012 (2012-09-03)
December 16, 2012
2 17 April 22, 2013 (2013-04-22) July 29, 2013 (2013-07-29) August 5, 2013 (2013-08-05)
August 12, 2013 (2013-08-12)
N/A
3 20 May 5, 2014 (2014-05-05) August 18, 2014 (2014-08-18) August 25, 2014 (2014-08-25)
September 1, 2014 (2014-09-01)
September 8, 2014 (2014-09-08)
4 19 April 20, 2015 (2015-04-20) August 17, 2015 (2015-08-17) August 24, 2015 (2015-08-24)
August 31, 2015 (2015-08-31)
5 18 April 4, 2016 (2016-04-04) July 25, 2016 August 1, 2016 (2016-08-01)
August 8, 2016 (2016-08-08)

Season 1 (2012)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(million)
1 1 "The 'A' List" June 18, 2012 (2012-06-18) 1.92[45]

Stevie J presents a new home to Mimi too far from Atlanta for her comfort. Do his studio sessions with Joseline involve more than just business? Scrappy tells Erica he isn't sure about their relationship. K. Michelle celebrates her birthday.

J. Que and Antonio Reid Jr. guest star.

Note: This episode marks the first appearance of Mimi, Erica, K. Michelle, Joseline, Rasheeda and Karlie Redd, along with supporting cast members Stevie J, Lil Scrappy, Ariane and Momma Dee.
2 2 "Pregnito" June 25, 2012 (2012-06-25) 2.84[46]

Stevie tries to make up with Mimi, but she hits him right where it hurts -- his wallet. Joseline accuses Karlie of being a snitch and tells her she'll decide if and when Karlie can work with Stevie. Rasheeda and Kirk shoot a music video for her new single, but fight when Rasheeda arrives late to the shoot. Erica has a heart to heart with her mom about her relationship with Scrappy and their own painful past. Joseline takes a pregnancy test.

Mingnon Dixon guest stars.

Note: This episode marks the first appearance of Kirk Frost. K Michelle does not appear.
3 3 "Kiss And Yell" July 2, 2012 (2012-07-02) 2.81[47]

K. Michelle is fighting to get over her past and pours her heart out at a showcase. Scrappy confides in Momma Dee that he wants to move out of Erica's house and move on. Joseline drops a bombshell that could affect Stevie and Mimi's relationship.

B. Cox guest stars.
4 4 "Scrappin'" July 9, 2012 (2012-07-09) 3.39[48]

Joseline is faced with making the toughest decision of her life. Mimi finds Stevie waiting on her doorsteps for a surprising confession. Scrappy checks Stevie for disrespecting Erica at K. Michelle's showcase and all hell breaks loose.

Benzino and Mingnon Dixon guest star.

Note: This episode marks the first appearance of Shay. Karlie does not appear.
5 5 "No 'Receipts'" July 16, 2012 (2012-07-16) 2.69[49]

Mimi takes a big step in her relationship with Stevie J. Scrappy has a health scare that has an emotional affect on his future with Erica. K. Michelle finally confronts Karlie on her disrespectful ways and the two have it out.

Note: Benzino is upgraded to supporting cast member.
6 6 "No Apologies" July 23, 2012 (2012-07-23) 3.53[50]

Stevie checks Joseline for being out of line with Mimi. Rasheeda is fed up with Kirk's management and seeks advice from a competing manager. Joseline and Mimi sit down and address their latest issue.

Deb Antney and Mingnon Dixon guest star.
7 7 "Therapy?" July 30, 2012 (2012-07-30) 3.21[51]

Karlie gets an ultimatum from her management which puts stress on her relationship with Benzino. Stevie makes a last ditch suggestion to Mimi to save their relationship. Rasheeda and Kirk make a tough decision about Kirk's place in her career.

Kenny Burns, Stevie Baggs, Vincent Herbert, Dr. Jeff and Fly Dantoni guest star.
8 8 "Three's Company" August 6, 2012 (2012-08-06) 3.34[52]

Stevie gives Mimi an indecent proposal in an effort to save their relationship. Erica receives some disturbing news from K. Michelle. Rasheeda inadvertently betrays Kirk and the two have it out.

Dr. Jeff, Deb Antney and Kwesi James guest star.
9 9 "Loyalty Card" August 13, 2012 (2012-08-13) 3.17[53]

Erica confronts Scrappy about Shay. Benzino and Karlie romantic date takes a left turn. Rasheeda questions K. Michelle about her domestic abuse story.

Dr. Jeff guest stars.
10 10 "Smoke and Mirrors" August 20, 2012 (2012-08-20) 3.71[54]

In the season finale, Mimi, Stevie J and Joseline return to counseling. Erica makes a decision about her relationship with Scrappy. Benzino sets up a proposal to Karlie.

Roscoe Dash, Dr. Jeff and Che Mack guest star.
11 11 "Reunion – Part 1" August 27, 2012 (2012-08-27) 4.10[55]

The drama continues when the ladies and gentlemen of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta reunite, going over past beefs and triumphs.

Mona Scott-Young hosts. Funkmaster Flex and Funky Dineva guest star.
12 12 "Reunion – Part 2" September 3, 2012 (2012-09-03) 4.40[56]

The drama continues when the ladies and gentlemen of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta reunite. The cast will go over past beefs and triumphs.

Mona Scott-Young hosts. Funkmaster Flex and Funky Dineva guest star.
13 13 "Dirty Little Secrets" December 16, 2012 (2012-12-16) 1.22[57]

After the first season concludes, the cast returns to see how they are featured on the show.

Mona Scott-Young hosts.

Season 2 (2013)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(million)
14 1 "Back in the A" April 22, 2013 (2013-04-22) 2.94[58]

Mimi celebrates new beginnings, but has she really turned the page on Stevie J. Momma Dee schemes to get Scrappy away from Erica. K.Michelle takes a big step forward with her career.

Alaska Gideon and Mignon Dixon guest star.

Note: Traci is added to the opening credits. Rasheeda, Karlie and Traci do not appear.
15 2 "She Loves Me Not" April 29, 2013 (2013-04-29) 2.86[59]

Joseline wants Stevie J. to cut out the shenanigans. Drew needs Traci's help to stay in Atlanta with their child. Momma Dee springs her trap on Scrappy.

Dawn Heflin and Mingnon Dixon guest star.

Note: This episode marks the first appearances of Traci and Drew. Rasheeda and Karlie do not appear.
16 3 "Dinner Beef" May 6, 2013 (2013-05-06) 3.06[60]

Mimi's housewarming party gets way too hot. Karlie tells Joseline a scandalous rumor about Benzino. Scrappy, Erica, and Momma Dee try to make peace over dinner, but all hell breaks loose.

Dawn Heflin and Mingnon Dixon guest star.
17 4 "He Said, She Said" May 13, 2013 (2013-05-13) 3.06[61]

Erica tells Scrappy she wants to pump the brakes on their engagement. Stevie and Joseline confront Benzino about the rumors he's been spreading. Traci's issues with Drew erupt when she finds a woman in his apartment.

Dawn Heflin guest stars.

Note: Rasheeda and Karlie do not appear.
18 5 "Baggage" May 20, 2013 (2013-05-20) 2.85[62]

Joseline takes Stevie's new artist down a peg. Erica shows Scrappy her ringless finger. Mimi introduces her new man to K.Michelle and Ariane. Rasheeda gets big news from her doctor.

Nikko London and Che Mack guest star.
19 6 "Making a Scene" May 27, 2013 (2013-05-27) 2.46[63]

Rasheeda is shocked at Kirk's reaction when she tells him she's pregnant. Joseline doesn't want Stevie working with anyone but her. K.Michelle and Ariane fight with Mimi's boyfriend.

Nikko London, Erica Pinkett, Che Mack and Johnny Crome guest star.

Note: Erica and Karlie do not appear.
20 7 "N.Y. State Of Mind" June 3, 2013 (2013-06-03) 2.81[64]

Mimi and Ariane travel to New York to fix things with K. Michelle. Joseline lashes out at Stevie's new artist. Drew gives Traci some devastating news about their business. Rasheeda and Kirk worry how the pregnancy will affect their finances.

Che Mack guest stars.
21 8 "Come to Daddy" June 10, 2013 (2013-06-10) 2.96[65]

Stevie wants Joseline to apologize, but Joseline's jealous nature might destroy their whole relationship instead. Shay regrets letting Scrappy back into her life and her bed. Kirk interrupts Rasheeda's photoshoot with questions about the pregnancy.

Nikko London, Dawn Heflin and Che Mack guest star.

Note: Karlie does not appear.
22 9 "The Keymaster" June 17, 2013 (2013-06-17) 3.20[66]

Stevie drives a wedge between Mimi and Nikko. K.Michelle vows to stop brawling when her label tells her she's putting her career in jeopardy, but it isn't long before Karlie puts her to the test. Rasheeda's mother goes in on Kirk.

Nikko London and Shirleen Harvell guest star.

Note: Traci does not appear.
23 10 "A Failed Test" June 24, 2013 (2013-06-24) 3.12[67]

Scrappy is accused of violating his probation; will he wind up back in jail? Mimi has had more than enough of her boyfriend Nikko. Pregnant Rasheeda films a sexy video against Kirk's wishes. Erica and Shay get heated at Karlie's event.

Nikko London, Deb Antney and DaShaun Johnson guest star.
24 11 "Mistake at the Lake" July 1, 2013 (2013-07-01) 3.23[68]

A weekend at a lake house turns wild and Kirk ends up in hot water. Joseline reveals she wants more from Stevie. Drew tries to woo Traci away from her new boyfriend. Scrappy makes a difficult choice.

Bobby V, Bambi Benson, Mary Jane, DaShaun Johnson and Shirleen Harvell guest star.
25 12 "Turnt Up" July 8, 2013 (2013-07-08) 3.49[69]

Rasheeda confronts Kirk over his wild ways. Joseline pushes Stevie for more commitment. With Scrappy in prison, Erica takes drastic measures for financial security. Ariane auditions to sing back up on K.Michelle's tour.

Bambi Benson, Mary Jane and Mingnon Dixon guest star.

Note: Karlie does not appear.
26 13 "Up in Flames" July 15, 2013 (2013-07-15) 3.59[70]

Scrappy faces his addiction problems head on. Will Drew do serious damage to Traci's new relationship? Joseline makes a surprise purchase. Rasheeda and her mom face off against Kirk with explosive results.

DaShaun Johnson and Shirleen Harvell guest star.

Note: Erica does not appear.
27 14 "Boriqua" July 22, 2013 (2013-07-22) 3.66[71]

Joseline surprises Stevie with a gift and a trip. Mimi gets a "Mommy Makeover" while Rasheeda makes a fateful decision whether she stays with Kirk. Scrappy tries to resolve things with Erica before he goes to rehab.

Note: K. Michelle and Traci do not appear.
28 15 "Lord of the Rings" July 29, 2013 (2013-07-29) 4.14[72]

In the season finale, Kirk makes a big attempt to save his marriage. Erica and Momma Dee visit Scrappy in rehab. K.Michelle makes a major announcement. Stevie risks it all to get everything he wants from Joseline and Mimi.

Shirleen Harvell guest stars.
29 16 "Reunion – Part 1" August 5, 2013 (2013-08-05) 4.19[73]

Sparks fly when the ladies of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta reunite to settle their beefs. Mimi and Joseline call out Stevie about his double proposal. Erica and Scrappy discuss the end of their engagement. Rasheeda confronts Kirk about his betrayal.

Mona Scott-Young hosts. Mingnon Dixon guest stars.
30 17 "Reunion – Part 2" August 12, 2013 (2013-08-12) 4.12[74]

The drama continues when the entire cast of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta reunites. Rasheeda reveals the status of her relationship with Kirk. Stevie makes it rain on Nikko. Scrappy squirms in the hot seat between Erica and Shay.

Mona Scott-Young hosts. Nikko London and Mingnon Dixon guest star.

Note: This episode marks the final regular appearance of K. Michelle until the fifth season, as well as the final appearances of Traci, Drew and Shay.

Season 3 (2014)[edit]

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31 1 "The Next Chapter" May 5, 2014 (2014-05-05) 3.76[75]

Stevie and Joseline celebrate the next step in their relationship, while Kirk and Rasheeda take two steps back. Momma Dee takes a bite out of Scrappy's new love interest.

Waka Flocka Flame, Deb Antney and Shirleen Harvell guest star.

Note: Tammy is introduced and added to the opening credits, replacing departing cast members K. Michelle and Traci. Nikko and Bambi are upgraded to supporting cast members. Karlie does not appear.
32 2 "Leaked" May 7, 2014 (2014-05-07) 2.64[76]

When Stevie gets word of Mimi's new found infamy...there is hell to pay. Scrappy tries to juggle all of the ladies in his life. Karlie imposes ground rules on her new man, Yung Joc.

Steven Hirsch and Erica Pinkett guest star.

Note: This episode marks the first appearance of Yung Joc. Rasheeda and Tammy do not appear.
33 3 "The Results Are In" May 12, 2014 (2014-05-12) 3.21[77]

When Mimi learns that Nikko spilled her sex tape secret to Stevie, she's furious.

Jeremih, Althea Heart, O'Shea Russell and Jasmine Swann guest star.

Note: Erica Pinkett is upgraded to a supporting cast member. Tammy does not appear.
34 4 "New Help" May 19, 2014 (2014-05-19) 3.41[78]

Stevie and Joseline put their big wedding plans on hold to handle some business, which blows up in Stevie's face. Bambi suffers a set back. Kirk takes the search for a nanny into his own hands. Karlie and Joc go from breakup to makeup to bust.

Deb Antney, Khadiyah Lewis and Jasmine Swann guest star.

Note: This episode marks the first appearance of Kaleena. Dawn and Waka are upgraded to supporting cast members. Erica does not appear.
35 5 "Party Foul" May 26, 2014 (2014-05-26) 3.00[79]

Dawn and Mimi are on a mission to bring Stevie J and Joseline down. Karlie and Yung Joc continue their roller coaster relationship.

Khadiyah Lewis and Jasmine Swann guest star.
36 6 "What's Your Position?" June 2, 2014 (2014-06-02) 3.58[80]

Mimi and Dawn continue their quest to expose Stevie J and Joseline. Momma Dee tries to make peace between Erica P and Bambi, but only wages a new war. When Rasheeda hits a studio slump, Kirk is to blame.

Tony Vick and Shirleen Harvell guest star.

Note: Erica and Karlie do not appear.
37 7 "The Past, My Ass" June 9, 2014 (2014-06-09) 3.48[81]

Stevie J and Benzino take on their newest venture, but when Karlie and Althea have a run in at their grand opening, it all goes down in flames. Waka and his family deal with a tragic loss.

Note: Deb Antney and Althea Heart are upgraded to supporting cast members.
38 8 "Change of Course" June 16, 2014 (2014-06-16) 3.89[82]

Stevie tries to apologize to Joseline. Erica's hot and steamy romance with O'Shea starts to fizzle. Mimi and Nikko butt heads over his past with Althea. Rasheeda, Karlie and Kalenna take a "girls trip" to New Orleans.

O'Shea Russell and Shirleen Harvell guest star.

Note: Tammy does not appear.
39 9 "Three Way, No Way" June 23, 2014 (2014-06-23) 3.83[83]

Joseline's suspicions over Stevie's fidelity reach a fever pitch. Kirk and Rasheeda take the next step in their relationship, while Kalenna's house guest causes a shake up in her marriage. Mimi and Ariane feud over Nikko.

Ashley T. Moore guest stars.

Note: Tony is upgraded to supporting cast member. Erica and Tammy do not appear.
40 10 "A Bullet in the Arm" June 30, 2014 (2014-06-30) 3.79[84]

Joseline finds out about Stevie's past and there is hell to pay. Tammy and Waka try to move forward after the death of Kayo. Mimi gets a preview of her sex tape trailer.

Shirleen Harvell guest stars.
41 11 "Round and Round We Go" July 7, 2014 (2014-07-07) 3.75[85]

Tammy & Waka reach a major milestone without the support of their family, while Joseline gives Stevie a new ultimatum.

Ashley T. Moore guest stars.

Note: Erica and Mimi do not appear.
42 12 "Release Day" July 14, 2014 (2014-07-14) 3.88[86]

Mimi's sex tape releases to mixed reviews. Kirk's "apology party" for Rasheeda turns sour when Karlie comes face to face with Althea. Scrappy goes on damage control, while Joseline leaves Stevie completely unraveled.

K. Michelle, Bobby V, DJ Vlad and Shirleen Harvell guest star.

Note: Kandi Burruss appears in a cameo. Tammy does not appear.
43 13 "Life Happens" July 21, 2014 (2014-07-21) 3.93[87]

Mimi's new found celebrity lands her a spot on the cover of Stevie's magazine, much to the chagrin of Joseline.

Note: Karlie and Tammy do not appear.
44 14 "Loss for Words" July 28, 2014 (2014-07-28) 3.43[88]

Stevie deals with the fallout of Mimi's magazine cover, while Mimi receives news that sends her down an emotional spiral.

Khadiyah Lewis guest stars.
45 15 "Blast From the Past" July 31, 2014 (2014-07-31) 2.15[89]

Karlie and Joc reach a breaking point in their relationship. Benzino attempts to secure his future with Althea. Momma Dee and Erica try to mend old wounds, and Mimi makes a shocking discovery about Nikko's past.

Khadiyah Lewis and Mingnon Dixon guest star.

Note: Joseline and Tammy do not appear.
46 16 "La La Land" August 11, 2014 (2014-08-11) 3.69[90]

The discovery of Nikko's marriage leaves Mimi wanting answers. Tammy takes fertility matters into her own hands. Karlie serves Joc with the ultimate revenge, and Stevie takes a trip to LA to record with Snoop Dogg.

Snoop Dogg and Johnny Crome guest star.
47 17 "Over and Out" August 18, 2014 (2014-08-18) 3.90[91]

Benzino outs Joseline, leaving his relationship with Stevie in question. Waka is dealt surprising news that threatens his future with Tammy. Mimi makes a final decision about her future with Nikko, and Stevie and Joseline's relationship is tested.

Fly Dantoni and Shirleen Harvell guest star.
48 18 "Reunion – Part 1" August 25, 2014 (2014-08-25) 3.98[92]

The cast of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta reunites to revisit all the explosive drama from Season 3. Things take a turn for the worse when the tensions between Stevie J, Joseline, Benzino and Althea get physical.

Sommore hosts. Khadiyah Lewis and Ashley T. Moore guest star.

Note: This episode marks the final appearance of Erica Pinkett.
49 19 "Reunion – Part 2"[93] September 1, 2014 (2014-09-01) 4.06[94]

The fighting continues between Joseline and her cast mates, both on and off stage. The cast reflects on how things went so horribly wrong at the reunion and who is to blame.

Sommore hosts. Khadiyah Lewis and Ashley T. Moore guest star.
50 20 "Reunion – Part 3"[93] September 8, 2014 (2014-09-08) 3.72[95]

Mimi and Nikko reveal the status of their relationship. Stevie J, Joseline, Benzino and Althea recap the fight at the reunion from their point of views.

Sommore hosts. Stefan Springman hosts later segments with Stevie, Joseline, Benzino and Althea. Ashley T. Moore guest stars.

Note: This episode marks the final regular appearance of Tammy until the fifth season, as well as the final appearances of Benzino and Althea.

Season 4 (2015)[edit]

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51 1 "The Danger Zone" April 20, 2015 (2015-04-20) 3.54[96]

Stevie J's bad behavior leaves Mimi's newest business venture in jeopardy. Erica struggles with Scrappy over child support. Kirk lands a new "office" and a new artist right under Rasheeda's nose.

Tiffany Foxx guest stars.

Note: Stevie J is added to the opening credits, replacing departing cast member Tammy. This episode marks the first appearance of Jessica Dime, Margeaux and Ashley Nicole. Joseline does not appear.
52 2 "Say Goodbye" April 27, 2015 (2015-04-27) 2.96[97]

Yung Joc tries to juggle new love with an old flame. Rasheeda gets some alarming information from Kirk's new artist.

Ernest Bryant guest stars.

Note: This episode marks the first appearance of Sina. Khadiyah is upgraded to supporting. Erica does not appear.
53 3 "Rehabilitation" May 4, 2015 (2015-05-04) 2.65[98]

Erica makes moves that threaten to land Scrappy behind bars. Sina plans to win back Yung Joc by any means necessary. Karlie's grand opening goes up in flames, along with several of her friendships.

K. Michelle guest stars.
54 4 "Cuffed Up" May 11, 2015 (2015-05-11) 2.80[99]
Khadiyah puts Yung Joc in a compromising position after Sina presents her with incriminating evidence. Margeaux arrives in Atlanta and forms an unlikely friendship. Kalenna prepares for the arrival of her baby.
55 5 "Rumor Has It..." May 18, 2015 (2015-05-18) 3.12[100]

Margeaux and Joseline fire up rumors about Mimi's role in the sex tape controversy. Momma Dee receives an offer she has to refuse. Rasheeda learns Kirk is over budget and out of excuses.

Faith Evans, Jazze Pha and Jasmine Richardson guest star.

Note: This episode marks the first appearance of PreMadonna. Tiffany and Ernest are upgraded to supporting. Erica does not appear.
56 6 "Face the Music" June 1, 2015 (2015-06-01) 2.57[101]

Momma Dee holds court to air out the grievances in the palace. Stevie J's future remains in the balance as he heads to NY to face his day in court. Kirk's artist rubs Rasheeda the wrong way.

Shirleen Harvell and Jasmine Richardson guest star.

Note: This episode marks the final appearance of PreMadonna.
57 7 "Three-Ring Circus" June 8, 2015 (2015-06-08) 2.59[102]

Margeaux and Nikko continue to tear down Mimi's side of the sex tape saga. Kirk discovers Rasheeda's plans to auction off his assets.

Shirleen Harvell guest stars.
58 8 "The Truth Hurts" June 15, 2015 (2015-06-15) 2.67[103]

Kalenna & Tony make a major investment with their life savings. Khadiyah comes face to face with Yung Joc's exes. Kirk tries to broker peace between Ashley and Rasheeda.

Note: Karlie and Erica do not appear.
59 9 "I Deserve" June 22, 2015 (2015-06-22) 3.00[104]

Mimi finally comes clean to her best friend Ariane. Joseline and Stevie perform at the opening of Tony and Kalenna's club. Margeaux drops a huge bomb on Nikko.

Note: Karlie and Erica do not appear.
60 10 "Friends With Benefits" June 29, 2015 (2015-06-29) 2.96[105]

Yung Joc tries to make amends with Khadiyah. Kalenna searches for a new manager. And Jessica Dime spills some major tea about her old friend Joseline, leading to a showdown between them at last.

Note: Erica does not appear.
61 11 "On the Road" July 6, 2015 (2015-07-06) 2.93[106]
Joseline and Stevie go to LA to work on a business deal. Jessica Dime and Margueax show off their skills at open mic night.
62 12 "Blast From the Past" July 13, 2015 (2015-07-13) 1.85[107]

Rasheeda and Erica confront Kirk and his new artist. Scrappy has a surprise for Bambi. Joc commits to Khadiyah once and for all, and Kalenna and Deb fall out, prompting a surprise visit from an old "friend".

Jazze Pha and Jermaine Dupri guest star.

Note: Tammy returns as a supporting cast member. Joseline, Karlie and Stevie J do not appear.
63 13 "Revenge" July 20, 2015 (2015-07-20) 2.97[108]

Stevie tries to give Nikko a taste of his own medicine. Karlie and Sina plan revenge on Khadiyah. Rasheeda and Kalenna have a falling out as Kalenna confronts a serious medical issue.

Lyfe Jennings guest stars.
64 14 "Countdown" July 27, 2015 (2015-07-27) 2.94[109]

Margeaux confronts Joseline and Stevie about their shady business dealings. Kirk and Tony try to broker the peace between Rasheeda and Kalenna. Scrappy is thrown for a loop when Bambi shoots a steamy video behind his back.

Lyfe Jennings guest stars.

Note: Erica does not appear.
65 15 "Doing Me" August 3, 2015 (2015-08-03) 2.79[110]

Joseline branches out musically, going behind Stevie's back to record a hot new track. Momma Dee starts preparing for her dream wedding, endangering her relationships with her family in the process.

Jasmine Richardson guest stars.

Note: Mimi does not appear.
66 16 "Bait and Switch" August 10, 2015 (2015-08-10) 2.94[111]

Kirk plans a massive surprise for Rasheeda. Scrappy threatens to abdicate the throne on the eve of Momma Dee's wedding. Kalenna and Tony meet with a therapist. Stevie takes the guys on a farewell fishing trip and discovers a secret about Joseline.

Jasmine Richardson guest stars.
67 17 "I Do" August 17, 2015 (2015-08-17) 3.32[112]

Momma Dee's royal wedding day arrives, but her children may not show up for her crowning moment. Margeaux reveals a secret to Nikko that turns his world upside down.

Jasmine Richardson and Merike Palmiste guest star.

Note: Traci and Kandi Burruss appear in a cameo.
68 18 "Reunion – Part 1" August 24, 2015 (2015-08-24) 3.35[113]

The cast of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta reunites for the first time since last year's dramatic reunion. Mimi takes care of unfinished business and things get heated between Nikko and Stevie.

Nina Parker hosts.
69 19 "Reunion – Part 2" August 31, 2015 (2015-08-31) 3.41[114]

When the reunion continues, Joseline drops a huge bomb on Mimi as Scrappy unloads on Erica. Rasheeda and Joseline square off while a revelation from Momma Dee leaves the cast speechless.

Nina Parker hosts.

Note: This episode marks the final appearances of Erica Dixon, Nikko, Kaleena, Tony, Khadiyah, Margeaux, Ashley Nicole, Sina and Tiffany Foxx.

Season 5 (2016)[edit]

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70 1 "Of Kings and Queens" April 4, 2016 (2016-04-04) 2.85[115]

Mimi's new relationship has everyone in Atlanta buzzing. Momma Dee snuffs out treason after Rasheeda and Kirk leave Scrappy high and dry. New on the scene, the King family has everyone on edge, as Tiara and Tommie compete to be Scrapp DeLeon's queen.

J-Nicks, Sas, Shirleen Harvell, Kelsie Frost, Taylor Hall and Shod Santiago guest star.

Note: Tammy returns to the opening credits, replacing departing cast member Erica. This episode marks the first appearances of KK, Scrap, Tommie, Tiara and Chris. Joseline and Stevie J do not appear.
71 2 "Full Disclosure" April 11, 2016 (2016-04-11) 2.75[116]

Chaos ensues between Tommie and Tiarra at Mimi's party. Tiarra confronts Scrapp with an ultimatum. Tammy discovers some surprising news about a new model that she wants to hire.

Shod Santiago, J-Nicks, Taylor Hall and Sas guest star.

Note: This episode marks the first appearance of D Smith and Betty Idol. Joseline and Stevie J do not appear.
72 3 "Daddy's Home" April 18, 2016 (2016-04-18) 2.82[117]

Tammy's luncheon with D.Smith and Betty turns left. Stevie J is back from his Hollywood adventures in LA. Waka Flocka returns to the ATL for an event. Scrapp sets up a meeting with Tiarra and Tommie.

Shod Santiago and Taylor Hall guest star.

Note: Joseline, Rasheeda and Karlie do not appear.
73 4 "Blackmail" April 25, 2016 (2016-04-25) 2.67[118]

Joseline returns to Atlanta with a vengeance. Scrappy and Rasheeda hash out their issues. Karlie lets it all hang out with Lyfe Jennings. K. Michelle pops up, and Scrapp DeLeon pops off at KK over her relationship with Tiarra.

Shirleen Harvell guest stars.

Note: K. Michelle returns to the opening credits. Lyfe Jennings and Kelsie are upgraded to supporting cast members. Tammy does not appear.
74 5 "Watch Your Back" May 2, 2016 (2016-05-02) 2.73[119]

Joseline dishes on Karlie Redd, Stevie J and KK. Kirk's daughter asks for help with her music career. Tommie's suspicions about Scrapp come to a fever pitch, and Mimi agonizes over Stevie J and Chris coming face to face for the first time.

Sas and J-Nicks guest star.

Note: K. Michelle does not appear.
75 6 "Mother of All Problems" May 8, 2016 (2016-05-08) 1.75[120]

A surprise guest at Joseline's party leaves everyone at odds. Scrappy discovers Bambi's extracurricular activities. The King Family is divided over loss. Deb Antney makes Momma Dee and Shirleen squash their beef once and for all.

Chaz Gotti and Shod Santiago guest star.

Note: Shirleen and Sas are upgraded to supporting cast members. Karlie and K. Michelle do not appear.
76 7 "Playing With Fire" May 16, 2016 (2016-05-16) 2.85[121]

Karlie cozies up to a new man. Stevie J threatens to sever ties with Joseline, and turns to an old friend for support. K.Michelle is back in town. Mimi and Chris come to a crossroads. Jessica Dime fans the flames between Bambi and Scrappy.

Chaz Gotti guest stars.

Note: Tammy does not appear.
77 8 "Common Ground" May 23, 2016 (2016-05-23) 2.79[122]

Scrapp DeLeon receives devastating legal news. K.Michelle's listening party brings her toe to toe with D. Smith and Betty Idol. Jessica Dime takes her relationship with Scrappy to the next level. Tiarra and KK try to find common ground, despite their crumbling relationship.

Amber Priddy guest stars.

Note: J-Nicks is upgraded to a supporting cast member. Mimi, Karlie and Tammy do not appear.
78 9 "Free At Last" May 30, 2016 (2016-05-30) 2.29[123]

Joseline is free at last, or so she thinks. Dime goes on a date with Scrappy but she's in for a surprise. When Tommie discovers a hotel receipt in Scrapp's car with Karlie's name on it, all hell breaks loose. Joseline turns to Mimi for help, and Mimi learns that Stevie is hiding secrets.

Note: Rasheeda, Tammy and K. Michelle do not appear.
79 10 "Final Goodbye" June 6, 2016 (2016-06-06) 2.69[124]

Deb's panel discussion on bullying has a surprising outcome. D. Smith helps Ariane find her voice. Scrapp has an emotional goodbye with his son, King, and spends his final night of freedom with his family before he faces the judge.

Note: Joseline and K. Michelle do not appear.
80 11 "Mystery Solved" June 20, 2016 (2016-06-20) 2.72[125]

Scrapp faces his sentencing as his loved ones reflect on their future. Mimi and Stevie take a road trip to uncover the truth. Joseline makes a big confession. D. Smith and Scrappy face-off after his insensitive social media post.

Bobby V and Promise B. Mae guest star.

Note: This episode marks the final appearance of Scrapp DeLeon. Tammy and K. Michelle do not appear.
81 12 "Lovers or Friends?" June 27, 2016 (2016-06-27) 2.71[126]

Tammy has to face the truth when Waka's indiscretions hit the blogs. While Joseline defends the legitimacy of her marriage, Stevie decides to work with one of her rivals. Joc violates the bro code as J-Nicks and Tiarra decide to take their relationship to the next level.

Katt Williams and Bobby V guest star.

Note: Amber is upgraded to a supporting cast member. K. Michelle does not appear.
82 13 "Funny Business" July 4, 2016 (2016-07-04) 1.87[127]

Stevie and Joseline come face-to-face since separating. Joseline pushes the limits by inviting Tommie to join them. Stevie flaunts his new artist, Dime. Lyfe surprises Karlie with a ring. Rasheeda and Kirk have big plans for DLO that don't involve Kelsie. Momma Dee suspects Ernest is up to no good. D. Smith shares her music with CeeLo.

CeeLo Green, Faith Evans and Tony Rock guest star.

Note: Russell Simmons appears in a cameo. Tammy and K. Michelle do not appear.
83 14 "Confessions" July 11, 2016 (2016-07-11) 2.71[128]

All hell breaks loose at Stevie's pool party when Karlie confesses to Tiarra and when Dime comes face-to-face with Joseline. Karlie and Lyfe end their relationship. K. Michelle takes Ariane under her wing. When Joc confesses his sins, J-Nicks comes up with a plan to surprise Amber. Scrappy tries to win back Bambi. Tammy and Deb share a tearful moment.

Lil' Fizz, Nikki Mudarris, Jonathan Fernandez and Shod Santiago guest star.
84 15 "Heart to Heart" July 18, 2016 (2016-07-18) 2.81[129]

KK extends an olive branch to Tiarra. Mimi decides to handle unfinished business with Chris. Scrappy turns to Tammy for advice on how to win back Bambi. Karlie confronts Lyfe about another secret she's uncovered. Joseline confronts Tommie about an incident in LA.

Note: This episode marks the final appearances of Lyfe Jennings and Chris. Rasheeda and K. Michelle do not appear.
85 16 "Final Outcome" July 25, 2016 (2016-07-25) 2.64[130]

Stevie and Joseline's relationship comes to an end. Scrappy pops the question in front of family and friends. Momma Dee apologizes to Shirleen. KK and Tiarra plan a special birthday surprise for King. The real Tommie is revealed during a counseling session. When K. Michelle asks for a favor and Joseline attends Ariane's listening party, all hell breaks loose.

Deelishis and Young Dro guest star.

Note: This episode marks the final appearances of K. Michelle and D. Smith.
86 17 "Exposed & Unfiltered - Part 1" August 1, 2016 (2016-08-01) TBD

Coming off of the most explosive Atlanta season to date, concerns of cast violence compel producers to reunite the cast in small groups at a secret location. Bambi and Betty Idol face off over Scrappy while Tommie gets word that her legal issues just got worse thanks to Joseline. Tammy discusses her current relationship status with Waka. Mimi reveals her new girlfriend. Joseline reveals shocking news.

Nina Parker hosts.
87 18 "Exposed & Unfiltered - Part 2" August 8, 2016 (2016-08-08) TBD

Love & Hip Hop Atlanta: After Party Live![edit]

Love & Hip Hop Atlanta: After Party Live!
Genre Reality
Directed by David Wolfgang
Josh Richards
Earl "Slick 23" Barlow
Jade Sandberg
Presented by Big Tigger
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Brad Abramson
  • Mona Scott-Young
  • Danielle Gelfand
  • Nina L. Diaz
  • Stefan Springman
  • Susan Levison
  • Toby Barraud
  • Donell Dorsey
Location(s) Atlanta, Georgia
Running time 30 minutes
Release
Original network VH1
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original release April 20 (2015-04-20) – August 3, 2015 (2015-08-03)
External links
Website

Love & Hip Hop Atlanta: After Party Live! is a live after show, that aired during the show's fourth season in 2015. Big Tigger hosted the show starring cast members from Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, as well as musicians, comedians and various television personalities from different reality shows by VH1 and other networks. After Party Live did not return for the fifth season in 2016.

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1 1 "After Party Live! #401" April 20, 2015 (2015-04-20)
Stevie J and Mimi Faust join host Darian "Big Tigger" Morgan to discuss the Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Season 4 premiere episode.
2 2 "After Party Live! #402" April 27, 2015 (2015-04-27)
Rasheeda, Kirk Frost and Nikko London join host Big Tigger to discuss episode 2.
3 3 "After Party Live! #403" May 4, 2015 (2015-05-04)
Jessica Dime, Karlie Redd and Yung Joc join host Big Tigger to discuss episode 3.
4 4 "After Party Live! #404" May 11, 2015 (2015-05-11)
Yung Joc, Momma Dee and special guest Ray J join host Big Tigger to discuss episode 4.
5 5 "After Party Live! #405" May 18, 2015 (2015-05-18)
Margeaux, Rich Dollaz and special guests K. Michelle, Yandy Smith and Mendeecees Harris join host Big Tigger to discuss episode 5.
6 6 "After Party Live! #406" June 1, 2015 (2015-06-01)
Joseline Hernandez, Karlie Redd and special guest Nikki Mudarris join host Big Tigger to discuss episode 6.
7 7 "After Party Live! #407" June 8, 2015 (2015-06-08)
Rasheeda, Margeaux and Ashley Nicole join host Big Tigger to discuss episode 7.
8 8 "After Party Live! #408" June 15, 2015 (2015-06-15)
Yung Joc, Shekinah and special guests T.I. and Tiny join host Big Tigger to discuss episode 8.
9 9 "After Party Live! #409" June 22, 2015 (2015-06-22)
Stevie J, Tami Roman, Momma Dee, Ariane and Nikko London join host Big Tigger to discuss episode 9.
10 10 "After Party Live! #410" June 29, 2015 (2015-06-29)
Kalenna Harper, Lil Duval, Karlie Redd and special guest Hazel E join host Big Tigger to discuss episode 10.
11 11 "After Party Live! #411" July 6, 2015 (2015-07-06)
Jessica Dime, Jackie Christie, Erica Dixon and special guest Remy Ma join host Big Tigger to discuss episode 11.
12 12 "After Party Live! #413" July 20, 2015 (2015-07-20)
Tammy Rivera, Trina, Sina and special guest Nikki Mudarris join Big Tigger to discuss episode 13.
13 13 "After Party Live! #414" July 27, 2015 (2015-07-27)
Momma Dee, Bambi Benson, Lisa Wu and Shekinah join host Big Tigger to discuss episode 14.
14 14 "After Party Live! #415" August 3, 2015 (2015-08-03)
Lil Scrappy, Yung Joc, Lil' Fizz and special guest Teairra Marí join host Big Tigger to discuss episode 15.

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